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Staff Profile


Harry M. Neill

CIH

Vice President, Mold and Indoor Air Quality Services


Education

  • MS, Industrial Hygiene, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA - 1987
  • BS, Environmental Engineering Technology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA - 1986

Certifications

  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) in Comprehensive Practice by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene - 1993 - Certificate No. 5997

Professional Organizations

  • American Board of Industrial Hygiene, Diplomat
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association, Local and National Member

Technical Specialties

Mr. Neill has 28 years of experience encompassing: 

  • Building Moisture and Microbiological Investigations and Remediation Plan Development
  • Indoor Air Quality Survey Assessments, Planned Program Development and Remediation
  • Industrial Hygiene Program Development
  • Environmentally Related Infection Control Investigations and Cancer/Illness Cluster Investigations
  • Response to Catastrophic/Emergency Events such as Building Fires, Sewage Releases, Floods, and Building Evacuations
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